Autonomous Features: The Italian automobile manufacturer has recently announced that they will introduce the latest autonomous features in their vehicles which are expected to come by 2020. The safety feature is most concerned part of every vehicle these days. At present Advanced Rider Assistance Systems (ARAS) is under-progress at Ducati’s R&D. However, the company has not revealed the full details on which splendid motorcycle will get this safety technology installed. Although, the latest electronics system is expected to be debuted in the Multistrada series. The motorcycle will come with sensors and radar to alert motorists through a high-level user interface. The motorists will be alerted for a blind spot that is a region of the path on the rear of the bike which the motorist cannot observe in the rearview mirror.

Ducati Will Soon Reveal Bikes With Extreme Autonomous Features
Ducati Will Soon Reveal Bikes With Extreme Autonomous Features

The future Ducati motorcycle will have extreme level safety features which are beyond expectations. The ARAS is also expected to secure cruise control which will assist a bike to ride in a line along with managing some gap between the other vehicles. The feature will further alert the motorists to be safe from probable crashes with different vehicles on the road. ARAS is an also a member of “Safety Road Map 2025” vehicle safety plan. Ducati will be practicing the ABS safety feature in all the coming and existing production units. At present, the standard ABS system is utilized particularly while the vehicle is moving in a vertical path although cornering ABS secures complete brake power indeed, the motorcycle inclines into turns with Interia Measurement Unit.

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Ducati Will Soon Reveal Bikes With Extreme Autonomous Features
Ducati Will Soon Reveal Bikes With Extreme Autonomous Features

Ducati is more competent when it comes to safety highlights. They debuted the airbag-outfitted jacket in the well known Multistrada 1200 Djair, which was never seen before. The Ducati’s airbag outfitted jacket was produced by Dainese, who is well-known in the field of making motorcycle clothing, sportswear, and protective gear. The jacket features sensors which help the airbag system to expand in the jacket in less than 45 milliseconds when an accidental situation is recognized. The system uses advanced technologies so that it can figure out between a serious mishap or simply a low-speed collision or a motionless vehicle dropping.

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